Our Programs

  • Volunteer

    Throughout Georgia, a network of volunteers and community partners are working together to remove the barriers that prevent people from breaking the cycle of poverty.

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  • Hunger Relief

    Action Ministries’ hunger relief programs help people shed the burden of searching for their next meal.

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  • Housing

    Our housing programs enable individuals and families to move from homelessness to independence.

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  • Education

    Action Ministries works to make access available to the life skills training that helps eliminate employment barriers.

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Our Locations

    • Athens

      Our Athens location assists the hungry, homeless and working poor in the Clarke County area.

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    • Atlanta

      Our Atlanta location provides food and educational opportunities to the homeless and working poor in metro Atlanta.

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    • Augusta

      Our Augusta location assists the homeless and working poor in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA).

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Our Covington location leads people out of poverty in Newton County.

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  • Gainesville

    Our Gainesville location provides help and hope to those in need in the Hall County area.

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  • Rome

    Our Rome location assists the hungry, homeless, and working poor in Floyd County.

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Dine Out, Do Good on Nov. 10 in Rome, Covington, Athens and Gainesville.nov-10-window-cling-dine-out-8-25-16

Check out the second annual Life-Changers breakfast photo gallery here.


Our Events

Keep up with the Action

  • Literacy is an Important Attribute for the Entire Community

    Date posted: October 18, 2016

    Literacy is one of the primary skills needed to graduate high school, earn a college degree or land a decent job, yet, according to Newton County Reads, 90 percent of area employers report they cannot find qualified employees, and 56

  • Newton County Partners with Action Ministries Inc. to Provide Hunger Relief

    Date posted: October 18, 2016

    Check out this article about community hunger relief efforts in Newton County through private-public partnerships in the Fall 2016 edition of Georgia County Government magazine. Read the article here.

  • School Board Presents Extra Mile Awards

    Date posted: October 18, 2016

    September Extra Mile Award winners were April Drummond and Charlotte Dougherty, who were nominated by School Nutrition Manager Nicole James for their work with the Seamless Summer food program over the past two years, reported the Jackson Progress-Argus on Oct.

Taking Action

Smart Lunch, Smart Kid served its 1 millionth meal this summer!

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What are Life-Changers? Ordinary people TAKING ACTION to lead people out of poverty.